The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

Kaley Johnson

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

Kaley is a senior and this is her second year as a reporter on The Wolfpack staff. She is also a part of the varsity tennis team. She enjoys writing opinion pieces as well as the concerns and interests of the students. She plans to study English or creative writing at UNT or LSU with a minor in either psychology or theater. In her free time, she enjoys stories in any way including watching, reading and writing. She also enjoys music, fashion, food and coffee. 

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Senior Gracyn McGathy plans to paint as many graduation caps as she can in exchange for students donations to the One Fair Wage fund. “I wanted to find a way to safely do my part to spread goodness in a time when so many people are suffering physically, emotionally, and financially,” McGathy said. I decided that [this] was the one thing I could do that could make some sort of a difference.”

Aid Through Art

May 25, 2020
2014 alumna Taylor Lavine poses with children in Africa, where she lived for a month. I was humbled living here, Lavine said. All [of us] students had to live with host families.

Taking Real Life Risks

February 14, 2020
A year of both positives and negatives as not only the year but the decade wraps up, we have experienced both the good and bad of humanity as well as the creative, funny and entertaining. Going into a new chapter lets make sure at midnight that we are thankful for the things we’ve experienced and hopeful for the future.

2019 Rewind

December 31, 2019
Playing the title character, freshman Sariah Reed performs in the eighth grade CPMS production of Mary Poppins. Reed said that Mary Poppins was a whole different experience with her being more a part of the process than ever before and also having an exemplary cast that made it all worthwhile.[The] musical was by far the best one I was in, Reed said. Learning all of the lines and dances was very hard and stressful yet it was so fun to be in.

Sariah Sings

December 6, 2019
AP U.S. history teacher Josh Marsh lectures on the Mexican American War. “I try to always remember that my class isnt the only class kids have to deal with, along with extracurriculars, so I make sure to treat them fairly & have some leniency, Marsh said.

Teacher Feature

November 29, 2019
Movies can have a long-term effect on a person even years after seeing them. The story and characters have a way of speaking to an audience in many different ways that you may have never thought about before.

Movie Throwback

October 24, 2019
Residents children take a break to play games on the computers before dinner at Casa Marianella. Senior Kieren Garner said the despite the hard work, along with the mental and physical exhaustion, she has never felt such pride and fulfillment in something she does.
I got many chances to play with children from The Congo, one of which was very ill yet so sunny, Garner said. They had been through such hardships but they were happy to just sit in my lap and do face painting.

Summer Service

September 5, 2019
Senior Kelsey Jones spends 12-18 hours per week as an assistant teacher at an art studio called The Studio. I think my favorite part of the job is interacting with the kids, Jones said. Ive been teaching some of the same students for four years now and I truly cherish those relationships.

Smart Art

May 21, 2019
Junior Bryce Bailey hits a net shot during the Georgetown tournament on on Feb. 8. College tennis is extremely competitive in the sense that if youre a college tennis player, you could be competing against someone who is already [at a] professional level, Bailey said.

Tennis Truths

March 4, 2019
Freshman Lacie Perry (left) poses with her sister, Marypaige Perry (right), in front of their awards and ribbons after a competition. I really enjoy it and I never saw myself in this position at all,  Perry said. Its not everyday you hear about a 15-year-old showing dogs.

Dog Show Days

February 27, 2019
Holiday Traditions

Holiday Traditions

December 24, 2018
Katie Smith (far right), Rich Daugherty (middle), Ayden Rails (top right corner) and Rhys Forbes (bottom left corner)

Talented Teens

December 4, 2018
5 old shows you need to  watch

Television Throwback

October 18, 2018
Construction Zone Ahead

Construction Zone Ahead

September 13, 2018
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